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BABES IN THE WOODS

Spring Term 2021

Our baby and their adult group have lots of exploring and fun in the woods. Always sensory seeking, always busy, we are privileged to see the Nature anew through the eyes of our youngest children. With both the babies groups and our own growing Foxcubs groups, the woods would usually have been full of happy faces and happy noise. 2020 has been quiet at Tiny Tribe, and we cant wait to welcome the noise makers back in Spring 2021.

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SATURDAY TRIBE

The Tribe returns Spring 2021

We hope to be able to relaunch our popular Saturday Tribe in the spring of 2021. It runs every first Saturday of each month between March and November, between 10-4pm. The cost is £30 per child for the full day and half days at £18 for either 10-1pm or 1-4pm for those either attending other clubs during the day, or for those younger children not yet wanting to stay all day. A totally tech free, Nature filled, mud covered day for all to enjoy.

 

THE LATEST LOWDOWN

Check out all the happenings here at Tiny Tribe Outdoors and in our wider community over the last few months. We are witnessing a real evolution of practice in the Early Years and beyond, and are delighted to be part of it.

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NEW FOXCUB FRIENDS

WOW, our Foxcubs groups have welcomed 17 new families this term, and the mild, but windy weather has seen lots of play. With plenty to engage with, explore and experience, we have flexible start times to suit every family scenario, and always commune together for snack, story and Nature based activities.

TINY TRIBE SHORE SCHOOL

As the weather warms up, we hope to begin to make regular trips to our local shoreline. With an eye on the Spring, we want to make the most of the beautiful Nature to be found on the beach. We will keep you posted.

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OUR GROWING COMMUNITY

We have had our Little Explorers Childminding join us as our latest partners here at Tiny Tribe. They make a trip to the woods a regular visit to deepen their children's resilience to being outdoors as well as offer them a truly sensory, often mud filled experience.